Tag Archives: compensation

Filing Workers Comp or Personal Injury Claim?

After you’ve been injured at no fault of your own, you should receive compensation to help cover the damages caused by your injury. However, knowing whether to file a workers’ compensation claim or personal injury claim can be confusing based on the nature of your wounds. Filing Workers Comp or Personal Injury Claim? Continue reading Filing Workers Comp or Personal Injury Claim?

How Do You Effectively Manage a Call Center?

Your main goal as a call center employer should be to make the work lives of your call center employees as positive and uplifting as possible. After all, we spend the majority of our waking hours at work. If we’re not happy at work, that spills over into our regular lives, but can also have a serious impact on productivity. How do you effectively manage a call center? Continue reading How Do You Effectively Manage a Call Center?

How Business Decisions Affect Employee Mental Health

Your employees will always be one of the most important resources your organization has. Without their skills, knowledge, and hard work, your business would undoubtedly collapse. This isn’t just from the perspective of day-to-day running, either. Empowering employees to make decisions that use their talents and perspectives that drive the positive trajectory of your company. But, have you ever thought about how business decisions affect employee mental health?

Continue reading How Business Decisions Affect Employee Mental Health

What Employers Need to Consider When Hiring Minors

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) regulates youth employment. It covers employment aspects like wages, work hours, and the type of work minors can do. Therefore, as an employer, you should be familiar with federal and state employment law compliance regarding hiring minors to ensure you fulfill your obligations as an employer. Read on to find out what employers need to consider when hiring minors to ensure compliance with the law. Continue reading What Employers Need to Consider When Hiring Minors